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Small Groups

Small Groups

We all need community. 

Life Groups are small gatherings of adults who regularly gather to live life together, and learn about God. Members of Life Groups experience spiritual growth and meaningful community. This is where we work through the challenges of daily life, and offer love and support to one another. Life Groups give us the opportunity to form intentional relationships with others in the body of Christ, and to grow spiritually through community. After all, we’re not meant to go through life alone!

There are a variety of Life Groups at Fair Oaks: some groups are ongoing throughout the year, typically meeting on a weekly schedule; other groups form for a specific season, typically meeting weekly for a 6- to 8-week period. Whether you are single, married with children, married without children, or an empty-nester, there is a Life Group for you. We encourage you to get connected!

Summer Life Groups start the week of June 4th.

If you're looking to get connected, desiring to join a new group, or feel led to start a group, our Summer Life Groups are your opportunity. These groups will meet for six weeks, from the week of June 4th through the week of July 9th. Sign-ups for group leaders begin Sunday, May 7th, while sign-ups for other groups member begin Sunday, May 14th. To sign up for a group, visit the Information Desk after service on May 14th, 21st, or 28th, or call the church office at (925) 687-4810 by May 31st.

For more information about life groups, see the frequently asked questions below or contact darnell leong at

Frequently Asked Questions

If I am already in a Life Group, do I need to sign up for a Summer Life Group?
You are more than welcome to continue meeting with your established Life Group! If you desire to take a break from that group and join a new group for the Summer session, that is also welcomed.

How do I join a Summer Life Group?
To join a Summer Life Group, you can either sign up at the Information Desk following Sunday Service on May 14th, May 21st, or May 28th, or you can call the church office at (925) 687-4810. You’ll be asked to provide your contact information and your daily availability to meet during the weeks of June 4th-July 9th.

Do I get to choose my own Summer Life Group?
We know that you may be close to, and more comfortable with, certain members of the church. We also know that Summer Life Groups are a natural and easy way to meet new people and form new relationships. With this in mind, we will assign you to a group based on your availability and preferences.

Where will my Summer Life Group meet?
Life Groups typically meet at the home of the group leader, although each group may decide for themselves what works best. During the Summer session, the church campus will be open Wednesday evenings for Summer Life Groups that wish to meet here.

How long is each Summer Life Group meeting?
Typically, groups meet for 1-2 hours, depending on the flow of conversation and availability of the group members.

Will childcare be available for my Summer Life Group?
Each group will need to coordinate their own childcare. The church nursery will be available Wednesday evenings to groups.

Who decides what we are going to study in my Summer Life Group?
Summer Life Groups will be able to use the study questions prepared each week to supplement the Sunday message. Groups may also decide to do a different study of their choosing for the six-week period.